ęK- PB^KEOT PHILOLOGY.
Any pMIolo-ical student *ho wishes to prosecute further inquiries in this
interest^ subject trffl find all the laws of euphonic mutation most exhaustively
feezed and illustrated in Dr. Ernie's Comparative Grammar of he GtajLjm
Lao^es, a work that appeared simultaneously with the former edition of to
Memoir" Both for breadth of research and accuracy of analysis it is a book
beyond all praise and may justly be ranked-in its own particular sphere-with
the famous Grammar of Bopp, which forms the basis of all modern comparative